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Miss Rittcnl1ousc's Homcroom -10
First Row: Sharon Lowder, Patricia Ferguson, Linda
Hickman, Roger Buchholz, Leland Grim, Gerald Gro-
noski, Connie Deeds, Karen Morck, Katinka Maloy.
Second Row: Beverly Cobb, Terry Woodward, George
Schmidt, Michael Carney, Russell Andreassen, James
Cox, Jack Persson, Charles Kohrs, Harold Leohr, Karen
Third Row: Ardis Gleason, Jacqualine Stocks, Cathe-
leen Nolan, Gertrude Voelschow, Sherman Brown,
Barry Eastman, Robert Bettle, LeRoy Johnston, Carolyn
Borwig, Linda Barnes, Coleen Frazee.
Not Pictured: Mary Price, John Segebarth.
Miss I'lnlow's Ilomeroom - 10
First Row: Sharon Pretz, Georgia Mahler, Willa Mae
Harmon, Robert Nichols, Kent Bolton, Dick Kirkpatrick,
Gene Geiger, Gerald Collins, Burrell Maass, Jack
Second Row: Paula DeBerg, William Laylin, Richard
Johnson, Joe Smith, John Brown, Harold Herman,
George Clark, Sally Anderson, Caryl Slaughter, Phyllis
Third Row: Robert Stevick, Ronald West, Janice Tyson,
Lela Mae Duff, Jane Akers, Richard Beener, Janet Pen-
cil, Linda Baker, Mary Foster, William Ellison, Donald
Not Pictured: Frank Longstreet.
Miss Olesoifs Ilomcroom -10
First Row: Richard Kingsbury, Jim Davison, Dennis
Fayant, Eva Cadawallader, Rita Bahl, Elaine Miller,
Jeanette Boehm, Elvin Trout, Leon Wirties, Henry Ford.
Second Row: Linda Lotfredo, Barbara Bedard, John
McNally, Nada Faust, Robert Brooks, Phillip Graves,
Steven Holbrook, Dennis Patterson, Edna Cooper,
Janice Youngblut, Bonnie Schuler.
Third Row: Patty Allison, Charles Kimbrough, Geraldine
Thomas, Linda Spragle, Kenneth Rousselow, James
Christensen, Charles Webster, Arnold Smith, Shirley
Garrison, Myrta Dostal, Patty Janes.
Not Pictured: Don Henderson, Larry Larson.
Sophomore Mixed Chorus
I The languages of music, culture and industry all find a place
in the varied program offered at East High. Combining musical
ability with close harmony, the mixed chorus made their debut in
the vocal auditorium held early this tall. Translating Latin into
English becomes much easier when Caesar students work together
in studying the language and lite of the Roman people. Mechani-
cal drawing is a visual language used in industry, but it also
helps the students in this class develop patience, accuracy and